Renting an apartment in the Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood of Denver, CO, on the east side of the city, provides a quiet, easygoing lifestyle. Yet, you have quick access to the city's best shopping and dining districts with an quick commute to jobs in downtown or Denver's Tech Center. Washington Virginia Vale is often linked with the independent, and adjacent, city of Glendale. Other popular neighborhoods in Denver include: Northwest, Five Points and Dayton Triangle.
Washington Virginia Vale offers a little bit of everything for residents. The quiet suburb mixes green space with restaurants and shopping, offering an activity for any mood. From burgers, to sushi to fine Italian dining, you have lots of options for a meal out. You can choose from a number of locally owned eateries, many with ethnic leanings. Or, you can choose from among some of the best known national chains. The area also has its fair share of pubs and sports bars & grills for a night out with friends. For the shopping fans, you are just a short drive from Aurora's shopping venues, as well as the 160-shop Cherry Creek Mall and the Cherry Creek North shopping district.
For cultural diversions, the Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood boasts the Mizel Museum, which showcases exhibits and programs about the Jewish experience. Several local parks offer outdoor recreation. These include Creek Side Park, Playa Del Carmen Park, and Mir Park. Garland Park is the neighborhood's largest outdoor venue. Located along the Cherry Creek Trail, Garland Park features Lollipop Lake, playground, picnic areas and facilities for many sports, including football, rugby, soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis and more.
Historic Four Mile Historic Park is located in Washington Virginia Vale. It features the oldest home still standing in Denver. The historic site sits on 12 acres and also includes three barns, and offers activities for the entire family.
The rental market in Washington Virginia Vale is a bit more expensive than average for Denver. You can expect a typical one-bedroom apartment to rent for a bit more than $800 monthly. The rent for two-bedroom apartments typically range from $970 to $1,350, although you can find less expensive options as well. Most of the rental residences are in low-rise buildings among green landscaping and gardens. You also can choose from condos, townhomes and single-family homes. The average commute time is about 15 to 30 minutes.
Washington Virginia Vale is part of the city of Denver, CO, which is governed by a 13-member City Council, a non-partisan elected mayor and an auditor. Eleven council members are elected to represent city districts and two are elected at-large. Washington Virginia Vale is part of City Council District 5. The Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood is served by these nearby branches of the Denver Public Library: Schlessman Family Branch Library, Eugene Field Branch Library and the Virginia Village Branch Library.
The main zip code serving the Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood 80224 as well as a portion of 80246.